Tuesday, February 21, 2006


The fully-kitted traditional
blue single-speed Raleigh
bicycle with basket in front.

I christened it Schmons soon
after I got it during my fresher's week.
The expressive name?
I still don't know what it means.
(the nearest I got to was osmosis,
which is a cool word in its
own right)

The bicycle, £25 (nego from £35)
Cat-Eye LED lights, £35
Kryptonite lock, £30
Bell, £5
Helmet, (wait for it..) £60 (again nego from £80)
Riding the bicycle every day for the
past three and a half years in Cambridge
and thanking God for his amazing grace
and providence, priceless.

There are some things money can never buy.

For everything else, there's TYG.


Saturday, February 18, 2006

Fire Alarm at Cavendish

Outside Cavendish, with Jiwon nuna
and Christoph.

During Dr Christoph Bergemann's
Superconductivity lecture this morning
the fire alarm went off. We all had to
get to the fire assembly point outside.
30 minutes of precious lecturing time
was wasted.

I thought it was a good opportunity
to snap away with my camera.


Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Queens' Formal

This was a while ago now
but thanks to Dan and his
girlfriend Sunny who was visiting
from Korea, I got to experience
Queens' Formal.

For the records, I've done:

St John's
Gonville and Caius
Wolfson, and
Still loads of them left to do, but

TYG for all the good times!

Saturday, February 11, 2006

Korean Prayer Group

Every Tuesday morning
during term time
a group of us meet in my room
to pray for Korea. It is a very
encouraging time. I cook porridge
for us and it's all good!

TYG for these blessings.

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Cambridge Fashion

The pinnacle of
with hat and gloves.
(arguably the next
best thing after braces)

"It's alright; he's an mk."
(Overheard at a CU meeting)

TYG for Karrimor!

Monday, February 06, 2006

Mark's Baptism

A cheeky shot with the man
after the morning service
at Eden Baptist Church

What an encouraging service!

It was so moving to see Mark
give his testimony and get baptised.


Visiting Robin

It was so good to see
Robin doing well.

Robin has an eye for interior decor.
Also great was to see him
showing me all the excellent
photos of his photo-trips in
North of England.
(the northen grimeeness)

TYG for these times!